Great hotel with great sea views in a lovely town
The hotel had a real old-fashioned European grandeur about it from the outside but was modern inside. Our room was large, clean and comfortable with a nice view. It was quiet at night, though it was the first room after the lift lobby so there was some faint noise from the lifts going up and down in their shafts from fairly early most mornings. It didn't disturb us unduly as we were becoming wakeful by then anyway. There were robes and slippers, nice products in the bathroom, a safe and a TV but oddly no tea or coffee-making - maybe that's not that unusual in Italy, not sure. The staff at breakfast were very nice, friendly and efficient and always pleasant despite being busy, the staff on reception were helpful but not especially friendly or genuinely welcoming. The breakfast buffet was generous and had great variety of beautiful fresh food from bread and cheese to fruit to eggs to pastries. There was a lovely pool on the terrace where towels and sun loungers were provided, and a spa, as well as parking on site. There was limited food in an expensive bar, or the expensive restaurant on the roof.